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From Juno's bird I'll pluck her spotted pride,
To make thee fans wherewith to cool thy face. (1)
Dido, (Dyce, p. 251, col. 2.)I, 34-5.

With Phoenix' feathers shalt thy face be fann'd,
Cooling those cheeks, that being cool'd wax red,
Like lillies in a bed of roses shed. (1) (2)`
Aff. Shep. (Arber, p. 14.)

And in her cheekes the vermeill red did show

Like roses in a bed of lillies shed. (1)

F. Queene. II, iii, 22.

The Phoenix' feathers are become my fan,
For I am beauty's phoenix in this world.
Looking Glass,II,i, 75-6.

Give me a fan that I may cool my face.
Edw. I, Sc. vi, 4.

1. Crawford.

2. Crawford says this is taken from the following.

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As when the massy substance of the earth
Quivers about the axle-tree of heaven?

II Tamb., I, 1, 89-90.

When he that should give essence to my soul (1)

B. of Alc. II, ii, 31..

Your soul gives essence to our wretched subjects. (1)

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